Here’s exactly what your superyacht has been missing: a $100,000 self-playing grand piano

Superyachts these days are equipped with every conceivable luxury so it’s only natural that a music lover would want to take their beloved instrument with them across the seas too! For exactly this reason, Goldfinch has created a new grand piano designed to perfectly fit the dimensions of a superyacht. Goldfinch is a Strategic Global Partner to Northrop and Johnsons so their yacht-ready piano will be showcased at Northrop & Johnson’s display at the 2016 Palm Beach International Boat Show from March 17 to March 20.

Called the Goldfinch Sygnet, it will be the smallest Grand Piano in the world and is outfitted with the brand’s Virtuoso self-playing feature. The piano will be customizable and can be tailored to meet the needs of the buyer. The 127-centimeter pianos are hand built in Cambridge and come complete with wireless iPod controls, a solid spruce German “Strunz” soundboard, “Abel” hammers and state-of-the-art Carbon Fiber action. The piano is priced at around $100,000.
“The Sygnet has been meticulously designed to perfectly fit aboard a superyacht with its graceful curves and unparalleled elegance,” said Goldfinch director Tomas Norman. “At Goldfinch we love nothing more than blurring the lines between timeless tradition and contemporary British art, but it’s not all about good looks – our craftsmanship is combined with cutting edge technology for a seamless finish and ultimate musicality.”

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